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Child Trauma

The Child Trauma section provides information and resources for parents and caregivers to help their child who has been the victim of a traumatic event. We offer important information specific to childhood trauma including understanding the impact of trauma on children, recognizing the signs and symptoms of childhood traumatic stress, learning about when to worry and how to get help, and what type of treatments are available locally as well as nationally. There are many local and national organizations that can help parents and caregivers learn more about childhood trauma and we provide an extensive resource library filled with publications, facts and figures, links and a section on frequently asked questions. For a list of Connecticut Providers trained in Trauma-Focused Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) please click here or to find other services click on the section, Trauma-Focused Services and Supports.

Introduction to Child Trauma
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Where to Start
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Effective Treatments for Child Traumatic Stress
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Trauma-focused Services and Supports
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New Online Tool to Help Children Who Experienced Trauma
The new free online tool, Trauma Informed Care: Perspectives and Resources, created by the Georgetown University National Technical Assistance Center for Children’s Mental Health and JBS International, Inc. aims to support state and local decision-makers, administrators, providers, parents, and youth and family advocates to become more trauma informed. To go directly to the video, please click here.
Latest News and Interviews
Please click here for the latest children's mental health news and interviews with experts on child trauma and other children's mental health issues.



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